Use of the WonderLab will be by appointment or drop-in during open studio hours. Reservations are recommended to ensure desired equipment or station is available; you will be able to make a reservation once the Wonderlab is open. Drop-ins will be accommodated if equipment is not in use. You must have an active library card in good standing to use the space. Email email@example.com with questions.
Patrons can reserve a WonderLab equipment station for two hours per day (max two reservations per week) during open studio hours. Training is required prior to using 3D printers and laser cutter:
Users may request up to two 1-hour extensions per day by asking WonderLab staff (pending station availability and no competing reservations).
Make a three dimensional object from a digital file--from a small replacement part to a whole product prototype.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a 3D print job>
Make a three dimensional object out of resin using a digital file for items needing a smoother surface and finer details.
Bernina 1090 sewing machine
Make repairs or sew an item completely from scratch on this machine that is great for beginners and advanced sewers.
A manual is available for initial set up of all our sewing machines for experienced sewists. Beginners can view Learn-to-sew classes at Creativebug> (free with your library card)
Stay tuned to this page for sewing workshops.
Use a focused laser beam to melt, burn, or vaporize materials such as wood, metal, glass or plastic. Cut or etch your custom designs, patterns, and shapes from a digital file.
Singer industrial sewing machine
If your sewing goals are a little more heavy duty (canvas, leather, fur, etc.), put our industrial machine to the test!
Brother computerized embroidery machine
Create embroidered pieces or use as a sewing machine.